(Aneta Rebiszewski/Ryersonian) The news of the shootings at two mosques in New Zealand this past Friday left us at the Ryersonian at a loss for words. The senseless violence and…
The murders of eight men from Toronto’s Gay Village still weigh heavy on members of the community — while they may be gone they have not been forgotten. Ryerson’s Human…
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Students, faculty gather to honour victims of Pittsburgh synagogue massacre
Ryerson students and faculty gathered Wednesday to honour the victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre and denounce anti-Semitism.
University of Toronto was lit up with candles on Friday night during a campus vigil organized to show solidarity with the Somali community following the recent terror attack, the worst in the country’s history.
University students in Toronto are still coming to terms with the recent terrorist attack in Mogadishu, Somalia that killed at least 300 people.
Asha Amin, a third-year business management student at Ryerson, whose parents grew up in Mogadishu, said she heard about the attack while she was at work and sitting with another Somali woman.